HOWL Colorado

SILVER CITY, N.M.— The Center for Biological Diversity filed suit today challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s failure to respond to the group’s 2004 petition calling for implementation of sweeping reforms in the management of the Mexican gray wolf population, which has grown by a scant three animals over the past eight years, leaving […]

According to a report released by the Minnesota DNR, hunters in the state killed 1,000 times the number of deer as wolves. 

An accomplished nature photographer is urging a tourism boycott of the Alaska Highway next year to protest a contest offering cash and prizes for hunting wolves.

Eastern wolves, which used to live in the northeastern United States, but now remain only in southeastern Canada, qualify as a distinct species from their western cousins, according to a review by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service scientists.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Two six-month-old Mexican gray wolf pups have reunited with their troubled pack in southwestern New Mexico, bringing some relief to environmentalists who were concerned about their chances for survival.

An estimated 10 wolves from Yellowstone National Park have been killed by hunters this month, adversely affecting the park’s wolf research program, one of the longest studies of its kind.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — A North Carolina court halted a temporary state rule that allowed spotlight hunting of coyotes at night in the five-county area of eastern North Carolina inhabited by the world’s only wild population of red wolves (Canis rufus) on Wednesday, November 21.

Only 58 Mexican gray wolves in the wild in the Southwest; wildlife officials hope Ernesta will add to the population

The trend of state officials significantly overestimating the number of dead wolves hunters can claim continued in Minnesota.

MADISON, Wis. – Twenty wolves were reported killed during this year’s gun deer hunting season in Wisconsin.

GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. — Minnesota hunters and trappers killed 17 wolves over the weekend, which marked the start of the second half of the state’s first managed wolf season.

SILVER CITY, N.M.— To mark this week’s four-year anniversary of the last release of a Mexican gray wolf into the southwestern wilderness, the Center for Biological Diversity has called on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to dramatically increase the number of wolves in the wild.

Reflecting the increasingly intense attention of the public in the plight of wolves, HOWLColorado has now served information to over 60,000 visitors.

While we wolf advocates are not in a position to stop trapping at this point, we can certainly make sure people who are in trapping areas know EXACTLY how to disable any trap which has gotten hold of your pet.

The iconic howls that echoed through the ancient forests of the Pacific Northwest are slowly making a comeback. Wolves are a predator symbolic of the American West.

Taylor Smith learned more about wolves from an unexpected nuzzle and lick than she could from any book or TV show.

Sixty-nine wolves now have been killed since Saturday in Minnesota’s controversial inaugural wolf-hunting season.

Gray wolves in the Great Lakes region came off the endangered species list this past January. There are about 700 wolves in Michigan now. A decade ago, there were just under 300.

The Barbarians are at our door and they look a lot like a 14-year-old girl with a cute smile who loves country music and plays clarinet in the school band.

Wisconsin’s first wolf hunt, which is in its third week, may be ending at the end of November instead of at the end of February this year due to the unexpectedly fast rate of slaughter.

Page 1 of 212
Copyright © HOWL Colorado. All rights reserved.
info@howlcolorado.org